NCAA champion swimmer Annie Chandler monitors the lanes at the newly renovated and expanded Oro Valley Aquatic Center during the Fitter & Faster Swim Tour. Sunday's clinic gave kids the chance to work with two award-winning swimmers, Chandler and Olympian Matt Grevers. The aquatic center…
With microphone in hand, Annie Chandler, behind, explains to the class what Matt Grevers is doing in the water. The Fitter & Faster Swim Tour is visiting cities across the U.S.
Matt Grevers and Annie Chandler - the newlywed "it" couple of Tucson swimming, if not the entire nation - are headlining a clinic at the new Oro Valley Aquatic Center.
Annie Chandler was an 18-time All-American for the University of Arizona and helped propel the UA team to the 2008 national championship. She'll be at Fitter and Faster swim clinic, too.
Matt Grevers, doing the backstroke, won gold medals in London in the 100 backstroke and 400 medley. He'll be offering tips to young swimmers at the Fitter and Faster clinic.
Former Wildcat Annie Chandler, left, with 100-meter breast stroke winner Breeja Larson, finished fifth in the finals and said of her career, "Now it's over for me."
Tucson Ford Aquatics swimmer Matt Grevers, right, pumps his fist after winning the 100 backstroke final at the Olympic trials in Omaha, Neb.
OMAHA, Neb. - Two of the leading names in Arizona swimming history, Whitney Burnett and Annie Chandler, effectively ended their careers Wednesday night.
OMAHA, Neb. - An 18-wheel NBC production trailer parked outside the CenturyLink Center advertises "Football Night in America," but Tuesday it was "Swimming Night in America."
Without a jersey number to identify them, most of America’s goggle-wearing, Olympic-hopeful swimmers step from the water to become as anonymous as a Sunday School organist.